Locke Lord

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    Locke Lord's Cards and Payments team leads clients through the financial regulatory maze with clear and consistent advice, whether they are new to e-money issues, seek counsel on the latest regulations or want to expand their business internationally.

    Our team has more than 20 years of experience in this niche area, and have been recognized by top industry organizations and publications, including Band 1 recognition in Chambers UK for Financial Services: Payments Law. They have strong industry contacts and worked for major financial institutions around the world, as well as internationally well-known technology providers. The head of the Locke Lord's Cards and Payments team also is Chairman of the Prepaid International Forum (PIF), a not-for-profit international trade organization that provides an industry voice for the prepaid sector.

    Our Cards and Payments team works collaboratively across the Firm with our Banking, Business Technology, Consumer Finance and Intellectual Property core areas to make sure we approach every e-money issue from all angles. They have worked closely with regulators and industry bodies across developed and emerging markets. By understanding the challenges, and knowing the institutions that regulate the prepaid sector, our Cards and Payments team provides clients with market-focused, business-savvy solutions.

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